End of Season Off Piste
4 nights, Zermatt, Switzerland
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Get a final ski break in to end your season heading to the spring snow with three days off piste skiing in Zermatt.
- Spend three days with excellent local mountain guides
- Easily accessed by train from either Zurich or Geneva
Holiday price includes: 4 nights B&B, 3* hotel, twin share, Swiss Rail ticket, 3 days with mountain guides, Ski Club Leader
Lift price information: Six day standard adult lift pass price guide CHF299 (Zermatt/ Cervinia)
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"Works really well for people like me who have a family but want to get away to ski with others of a similar standard".
This was the third time I've been on this trip and although the snow conditions were not great I love the relaxed atmosphere as the ski season comes to an end. Zernatt is my favourite resort - I go skiing there in January most years - and going at the end of the season is special because the days are longer and it is not so cold! The Tannenhof is not the most deluxe hotel in town but is adequate for a short stay and is within stumbling distance of the best bars, including my favourite Hexen Bar.
I also like the fact that this trip attracts others who want to end the skiing season with others who want to finish on a high note and Zermatt certainly ticks all the boxes for this. The warmer weather makes a picnic during one of the off-piste itineraries an attractive prospect and the optional heli trip is to be recommended if you have not sampled this before, although do be prepared for a walk at the end if the snow line is high.
Another big plus in this trip's favour is Klaus Tscherrig who guides you on the of piste excursions. Being local he knows the area like the back of his hand, is a joy to watch skiing (especially in snow conditions that challenge averagely talented skiers) and has a great sense of humour which peaks as the ski season comes to a close.
I missed this trip in 2012 but hope to be back in 2013.